Mr Eazi, the Nigerian singer, has alleged that comedian I Go Dye failed to show up at a concert in Ghana despite getting paid to perform at the event.
Speaking on the recent episode of Afrobeats Intelligence podcast, the singer said he hosted an award show while studying at the Kwame Nkrumah University.
Mr Eazi said due to his popularity in school, he was able to invite top entertainers like I Go Dye, Sarkodie, R2Bees, and Wande Coal.
The singer claimed that the comedian did not return the money he was paid despite failing to show up at the event.
“I did not stop at parties. Now we are doing parties, we need to do an award show. I had the first social award of my university, Swagatainment Award. That was when I booked Sarkodie, R2Beees, and Wande Coal. Wande Coal did not show up at the show. He was in town but did not show up… I did not know he did not receive his full money,” he said.
“I was like begging Sarkodie. It was like $2,500 or less. Please, even though I have not paid you in full, come on stage. He came on stage. Like he saved me by coming on stage. That is why he is more than a friend. He is my brother. I had Sarkodie, R2Bees. I Go Dye ran away with my money. I Go Dye if you are hearing this now. You took money from Kwame Nkrumah University students and never showed up.
“I remember texting him that you never pay me my money. I hope the next time I see him and say ‘bro, you still need to pay me my money’… it is no beef. It is somewhere at the back of my